Category Archives: Science & Technology

Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams to engage the 4IR Skills Programme students: 23 to 24 Jan

The Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies, Ms Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams will, on 23 and 24 January 2020, conduct an oversight visit to various Gauteng facilities where over 500 students are being trained on the department’s 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) Skills

Namibia Rhino Poaching Drops in 2019, After Sharp Rise Last Year

WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA – Rhino poaching in Namibia dropped to 41 individuals killed in all of 2019 so far, compared with nearly 72 during the same period last year, the Ministry of Environment and Tourism said Saturday.

Namibia has the second-largest …

Africa Chief Economist’s Office Publications and Working Papers

The Impact of Agricultural Extension Services on Women Farmers’ Access, Adoption and Productivity: Evidence from Ethiopia

Niklas Buehren, Markus Goldstein, Ezequiel Molina, and Julia Vaillant, Agricultural Economics, June 2019, Pages 1-13.

This paper evaluates the effect of the Rural Capacity …

5 Schools Reopen in Restive Cameroonian Regions

BAMENDA, CAMEROON – In Cameroon, five schools have reopened in the restive English-speaking regions after separatists shuttered them four years ago. The schools’ reopening comes after the government dispatched so-called “peace caravans” to discuss the outcome of a national dialogue

Zimbabwe Police Use Tear Gas to Break Up Opposition Rally

HARARE – Police in Zimbabwe used tear gas and water cannons Wednesday to break up an opposition rally of about 200 people in the capital, Harare. Supporters of the Movement for Democratic Change said those who resisted the tear gas

Data Suggest Serial Killers Active in Indian Country

WASHINGTON – In early October, Anchorage police found the body of Kathleen Henry, a native of the Yupik village of Eek in southwestern Alaska, along a stretch of highway south of town. Her alleged killer might never have been arrested

Data Suggest Serial Killers Active in Indian Country

WASHINGTON – In early October, Anchorage police found the body of Kathleen Henry, a native of the Yupik village of Eek in southwestern Alaska, along a stretch of highway south of town. Her alleged killer might never have been arrested

Economy in Mind, Bolsonaro Changes Tack and Cozies Up to Xi

BRASILIA, BRAZIL – What a difference a year makes.

In the months before last year’s presidential election in Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro described China as predatory and thumbed his nose at the Chinese government by visiting Taiwan, Beijing’s archrival.

Now, as …

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